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    Today at Shell Energy Retail we’re hosting our first Diversity and Inclusion Day. We’re celebrating our diverse talent, histories and perspectives, welcoming stories from colleagues and our inspirational guest speakers. “It’s no coincidence that we’re holding our first Diversity and Inclusion Day today, as it’s also World Day for Cultural Diversity. The day is an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the values of a truly diverse and inclusive culture. It’s about how we enable regular, honest and sometimes difficult conversations, at every level of the business – so that everyone feels comfortable talking about differences and showing up as their true self. I want to thank our Diversity and Inclusion Network for helping us craft our Exec-sponsored Commitments and for their dedication in bringing this day to life. It’s right that we enable everyone to be the very best they can be, it enriches us all.” John Wrighthouse, Chief People Officer #Diversityandinclusion #worlddayforculturaldiversity

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    Our Shell Energy Retail values were developed by colleagues across the business. Demonstrating every day that We Care, We Embrace Differences, We Evolve and We Deliver, we each take a collective step towards a better energy future. We appreciated everyone’s contribution during our Happy Heads campaign for Mental Health Week last week. We will continue to bring We Care to life through the volunteered stories of our 27-strong Wellbeing Champion Network, the 24/7 employee assistance line and the tools in our Wellbeing Centre. “We Care reminds colleagues they are not alone and we can help. I really hope we can be there for our colleagues when they need us most. We will continue to develop support for mental wellbeing, welcoming ideas and feedback.” Catrinel Stanila, Head of Colleague Experience.

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    This year’s theme for International Women's Day is #choosetochallenge which continues to encourage everyone to identify, celebrate and increase visibility of women's achievements to help forge equality. We’ve committed to not only being a great place to work, but to build an organisation that truly represents the make-up of our customers, communities and colleagues at all levels - in order to become one of the most diverse and inclusive employers. We’re working towards a fairer and more inclusive business culture, which supports all of our colleagues to reach their full potential. We're asking all our colleagues - Feel confident to raise your hand high if you feel something needs saying, to show that you commit to choose to challenge and to call out inequality. We can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality AND we can all choose to seek out and celebrate women's achievements. From challenge comes change, so let's all choose to challenge. #IWD2021 #ChooseToChallenge

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    At Shell Enery Retail employee advocacy helps to amplify two of our core values - We Care and We Evolve. The personal feedback that our colleagues voluntarily share on Glassdoor helps us to ensure these values are being lived at all levels of the business. It's thanks to our colleagues for sharing their thoughts throughout the year that we have received a Glassdoor Best Places to Work Award. Please keep sharing your thoughts, we will keep listening - thank you!

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    Katie O'Dwyer, Product Manager at Shell Energy, is part of the team that developed our Carbon Neutral Go Further energy tariff, which gives our customers the option of switching to carbon neutral home energy. We are committed to the move towards cleaner energy solutions, which is why we’re making this easy for our customers too. Watch Katie’s story below to see how she’s helping to make it easier for households to switch to carbon neutral home energy, including her dad’s. #makethefuture #RenewableElectricty

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    Elvin Nagamootoo, Head of Product Management at Shell Energy Retail, heads up the product team whose work involves understanding the energy demands of the future to enable us to offer cleaner energy choices to customers across the UK. Watch Elvin’s story below to learn about his ambition to help people to find new ways to reduce their carbon footprint. #makethefuture

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    Lockdown is a challenging time for business, but it’s even tougher for the charity sector. Earlier in the year Mind UK was selected by our UK colleagues as Shell Energy's charity of the year. With lockdown and remote working, we’ve had to rethink our fundraising activities, but we haven’t let that stop us. Last week our People team held a “virtual” fundraising day with activities ranging from races, fancy dress, hair dyeing and a pub quiz, to a culmination in an ice bucket challenge. It’s more important than ever to support the vital work of this national mental health charity. Mind UK campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding of mental health problems, and how they can affect our day to day lives. We’re proud that, even in lockdown, we’ve been able to make a contribution towards such a fantastic cause. #charity #community #makingadifference #MindUK

  • To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we caught up with a colleague, Tej Heer, to get his thoughts: “When I joined the company in July 2017, I decided to start at the bottom and work my way up. Within my first 6 months I enrolled onto the apprenticeship 'Customer Service Level 2'. The support and encouragement given by my manager enabled me to graduate with a Distinction, which I was delighted with. This allowed me to progress to a Team Manager position, achieved in half the time I had set myself, (9 months). In 2019 I then applied for, and was accepted on to the 'Team Manager and Supervisor Level 3’ apprenticeship. Shell Energy have given me every opportunity to develop myself and enhance my skill-set, and they continue to provide all the support I need. I would strongly recommend these apprenticeships to anyone that is interested.” If you'd like to find out more about our next apprenticeship intake, or our other opportunities, please get in touch at careers@shellenergy.co.uk.

  • To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week we caught up with a colleague, Tej Heer, to get his thoughts: “When I joined the company in July 2017, I decided to start at the bottom and work my way up. Within my first 6 months I enrolled onto the apprenticeship 'Customer Service Level 2'. The support and encouragement given by my manager enabled me to graduate with a Distinction, which I was delighted with. This allowed me to progress to a Team Manager position, achieved in half the time I had set myself, (9 months). In 2019 I then applied for, and was accepted on to the 'Team Manager and Supervisor Level 3’ apprenticeship. Shell Energy have given me every opportunity to develop myself and enhance my skill-set, and they continue to provide all the support I need. I would strongly recommend these apprenticeships to anyone that is interested.” If you'd like to find out more about our next apprenticeship intake, or our other opportunities, please get in touch at careers@shellenergy.co.uk.

  • Our own Shell Energy Data and Insights Lead Business Analyst, Liberty Stacey, was one of 2,000 young leaders and influencers attending the 2019 One Young World summit, recently hosted in London. Over four transformative days, influential leaders and speakers discussed important topics such as poverty, diversity, inclusion, energy transition and climate change. When we caught up with her, Liberty was buzzing with enthusiasm about her experiences: “One of the biggest benefits of attending a youth leadership summit like this is being able to meet and talk to people from across the globe,” Liberty said. “Many of the topics discussed were highly relevant to Shell Energy Retail and our mission to guide customers to a better energy future. That diversity of thought and experience across a large group of ambitious young people means collectively we become a powerful force for social change.” Over the next few weeks, Liberty and colleagues from Shell will begin taking part in working groups to form action plans and share findings from the event with colleagues across the business.

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